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Steven Sablan Named COO for SentryHealth

SentryHealth, a Louisville-based healthcare company, has named Steven Sablan as Chief Operating Officer. In this role, Sablan will spearhead the acceleration of SentryHealth’s information technology platform to support its innovative employer healthcare services. “SentryHealth’s approach to delivering healthcare at the worksite is driven by evidence-based solutions by the world-renowned Johns Hopkins Medicine,” stated CEO Alice

Telehealth update

Enactment of SB112 guarantees all Kentuckians will have access to healthcare services, no matter where they live. By Rob Sprang Kentucky has been a telehealth leader for many years despite outdated laws and regulations that restrict how telehealth may be used, preventing many Kentuckians from accessing healthcare services that are not available close to home.

Stites & Harbison Promotes Five Attorneys

Stites & Harbison, PLLC announced today that five attorneys have been promoted within the law firm effective January 2017.  The new Members (Partners) include: Amy Baker – Atlanta office – Real Estate & Banking Service Group Baker’s practice focuses primarily on commercial real estate transactions and secured lending.  Her practice includes the representation of national,

Profiles

Meet Gerard Colman, CEO of Baptist Health

FAST FACTS Hometown: Warwick, NY Family: I’m married with three daughters, and have a family dog, a guinea pig and a hedgehog. Hobbies: Running and swimming. Currently reading: Always reading The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.  I think ongoing learning and education throughout one’s career is very important, so I read a

Commentary

Child welfare transformation will improve the lives of Kentucky children and families

It is a staggering, record-high number in Kentucky: 10,000 kids in foster care. Here is another number: 800. That’s how many adults gathered in early January for the inaugural Transformers of Child Welfare Summit. These were social workers, judges, educators, government officials, faith-based community leaders, parents, relatives and others. They are all committed to improving

Last Month

A short session with a long to-do list

By Ben Keeton The 2019 legislative session opened January 8 and promises to be action-packed, even if it is limited in days due to the short session. The top topic, of course, will be the potential fixes to the pension. In the last few months, the Supreme Court invalidated the pension reform attempt from 2018

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